Career Profiles: Construction Engineering Management

CSULB Department of Construction Engineering Management

A Bachelor’s of Science in Construction Engineering Management prepares graduates for positions in construction leading to supervisory and managerial positions. Persons can qualify for construction management positions through many combinations of work experience and training, but most employers prefer applicants who have a formal education. The industry requires a professional knowledge of techniques, materials, equipment, job planning and cost control, all of which adds to the contributions of the planning and design professions.

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Career Possibilities:

Additional experience and/or education may be required

  • Construction Area Manager
  • Construction Coordinator
  • Construction Inspector
  • Consultant
  • Contract Coordinator
  • Cost Analysis Coordinator
  • Estimator
  • Facilities Engineer
  • Field Engineer
  • Plant Engineer
  • Procurement Construction Coordinator
  • Project Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • Safety Engineer
  • Sales Representative

Where Employed:

  • Architectural firms
  • Construction firms
  • Construction material manufacturers
  • Construction planning consultants
  • Construction supply distributors
  • Engineering firms
  • Government

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